Each Crabb has there own thing now. Aaron & His Wife have there Ministry, Adam & Terah are starting a new group, Jason is preaching more, & Kelly has joined with her husband Mike
Kelly & Mike Have a new daughter Gracelynn Kelly Bowling
Amanda & Aaron Crabb Are having a girl
Crabb Family NUMBER ONE SONGS
"He Came Looking For Me"
"Jesus Will Do What You Can't"
"Please Come Down To Me"
"Don't You Wanna Go?"
"The Reason That I'm Standing"
"That's No Mountain"
"Please Forgive Me"
"Through the Fire"
"Trail of Tears"
"The Lamb, the Lion, and the King"
"I Sure Miss You"
"Jesus In A Song"
Crabb Family Top 20 Songs
"Greater Is He"
"When It's My Time"
"Two Little Feet"
"I'm Running On"
"Still Holdin' On"
"Something Going On In the Graveyard"
"Where We'll Never Die"
Crabb Family's Awards
"Through the Fire" Traditional Recorded Song of the Year 2005 Dove Awards
"He Came Looking for Me" Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year 2005 Dove Awards
"Forever" Country Gospel Recorded Song of the Year 2005 Dove Awards
"Driven" Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year 2005 Dove Awards
"He Came Looking for Me" Song of the Year 2005 Southern Gospel News Awards
"Driven" Album of the Year 2005 Southern Gospel News Awards
"Greater Is He" Progressive Song of the Year 2005 Southern Gospel News Awards
"Driven" Best Album Cover 2005 Southern Gospel News Awards
Kelly Female Vocalist of the Year 2005 Southern Gospel News Awards
Crabb Family Mixed Group of the Year 2005 Southern Gospel News Awards
The Crabb Family Artist of the Year 2004 Harmony Honors Awards
Jason Crabb Male Vocalist of the Year 2004 Harmony Honors Awards
"The Walk" Southern Gospel Recorded Album of the Year "The Cross" Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year 2004 Dove Awards
"Don't you Wanna Go?" Southern Gospel Recorded Song Of The Year 2003 Dove Awards
"A Crabb Collection" Southern Gospel Album Of The Year 2003 Dove Awards
The Crabb Family makes regular appearances on the Grand Ole' Opry and TBN.
Album of the Year (The Walk), Male Vocalist of the Year (Jason), Mixed Group of the Year (Crabb Family), Progressive Southern Gospel Album (The Walk), Best Industry/Artist website 2004 sogospelnews.com Awards.
Pacesetter (Crabb Family), Mixed Group of the Year (Crabb Family), Country Gospel Album (A Crabb Collection) 2003 sogospelnews.com Awards.
Crabb Family- Mixed Group of the Year 2002 SGMA
Crabb Family- Honored at BMI Christian Music Awards 2001, 2002, and 2003 for radio airplay success.
Jason- Favorite Young Artist 2000 Singing News Fan Awards
Crabb Family Band- Favorite Band 2003, 2001,1999 Singing News Fan Awards
"Thank God For The Preacher"- nominated for Christian Country Recorded Song Of The Year- 2002 Dove Awards
"Just A Prayer Away" - nominated for Christian Country Recorded Song Of The Year- 2002 Dove Awards
"Crabb Grass"- Nominated for Bluegrass Gospel Album of the Year 2000 Dove Awards
The Crabb Family recently made appearance at New York's Carnegie Hall.
Crabb Family- Sunrise Group 1996; Group of the Year 1998; Group of the Year 2000; Gospel Voice Diamond Awards
Crabb Family- New Artist of the Year 1997 Hearts Aflame Awards
Crabb Family- Group of the Year 1998, 1999 Kentucky Gospel Music Association
"Yesterday, Today, and Forever," (featuring Please Forgive Me)- Album of the Year 1998 Gospel Voice Diamond Awards
"Please Forgive Me"- Highest charting song in Southern Gospel Music history & Singing News #1 song for 1998
Crabb Family Band named Favorite Band at the 2001 Singing News Fan Awards
Krystal is married again--her husband's name is Brian Lawing.
Mike has now started his own group with his brother Jeff, Jeff's wife, and their cousin.
Jason and wife Shellye have 2 daughters named Ashley & Emmaleigh.
Adam and wife Kristi have a daughter and a son named Hannah & Charlie.
Kelly & Mike have 2 daughters named Hope and Katelynn.
Aaron and wife Amanda have a son named Elijah.
Members of the Crabb Family are: Jason Crabb, Adam Crabb, Aaron Crabb, Kelly Crabb Bowling, Mike Bowling, Justin Ellis, Zack Smith, Micah Swiensberg, and Lori Sikes.